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Did you know that the construction of the Metropolitan of Paris started in 1900 and now counts 16 lines, 220km of rails and a record of almost 2 billion users in 2012?
The Metropolitan is such a large part of the everyday life in Paris that people usually refer to neighborhoods by using the closest metro station name. Like in the book Metronome by Lorànt Deutsch, each station tells a bit of the Parisian and French history.
In addition, you can read most of the streets, see every building, path, and park, maybe even locate with precision this café you've been to!
We used the geographic data from OpenStreetMap for the best accuracy and the official open datasets of the city of Paris and region Ile de France to provide the subway lines with the best precision.
Specifications: giclée print (matte) on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper 192 g/m², shipped worldwide in a solid tube.